New wildlife conservation identities for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

Studio Superfried’s new identities for two funding initiatives from the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation represent both the species – sharks, rays and elephants – and their habitats

Established in 1998, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation was set up to support projects that aim to protect endangered wildlife and threatened ecosystems and communities. It has six main grant-making programmes including two that focus on ‘wildlife and landscapes’ and ‘marine life and oceans’. Within these two areas are three funds that aim to protect lions, sharks and rays and elephants.

Why am I being asked to register with CR?

Every month, hundreds of thousands of people visit us here on our website. The more we know about our visitors, the better and more relevant content we can provide for them. And, yes, knowing our audience better helps us find commercial partners too. We just ask you to provide a few details about yourself and what you do. Don't worry, we won't share your information with other parties, unless you give us permission to do so. In return you can:

Submit your work

Send us your latest projects, which we will review and consider to be featured on our website or in print.

Access our full archive

This site contains over 10 years’ of CR content, including magazine articles. Register to gain full access to everything.

Receive our newsletter

Our daily email of inspiration and insight from the creative industries, curated by the CR editorial team

The Humour issue

CR gets serious about being funny featuring
Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs, Lisa McGee,
Naresh Ramchandani, David Kolbusz, Roz Chast,
Emily Oberman, Asterix, Stephen Collins,
Dominic Wilcox and the DLR

Buy here


Pimlico, London